The coastal city of Mombasa was brought to a standstill on Friday November 24 during the launch of Piaggio Ape City NXT+ at the Makadara grounds. The event also entailed a service clinic, training on safety and first aid by the Kenya Red Cross Association and pitching tent by our key financiers including Watu Credit and Mogo
Car & General launched the Private Garage Mechanic training in Voi Town yesterday, at the Voi vocational training institute. The program, dubbed PGM training, seeks to equip at least 3000 juakali mechanics across the country with technical and entrepreneurial skills.
Following an MOU signed with TVETA, Car & General seeks to work with TVETS in the Coastal region to provide knowledge and skills that meet industrial standards.
Car & General donated motorcycle engines to Busia Township Technical Training Institute and Butere County Polytechnic in Western Kenya.
The engines will be used for training motor vehicle engineering students in the institutions. Car & General is committed to supporting technical training in Kenya. We have signed an MOU with Technical and Vocational Education Authority that aims at aligning technical Education and industry synergy.
Car & General also launched the Cargen Tech-Up Program that intends to train over 3000 two wheeler and three wheeler juakali mechanics in Kenya
The program seeks to have young men become men of honor who recognize and unlock their potential of being leaders in their areas of influence while displaying confidence, responsibility and a renewed sense of giving back. Backing on the support of elders in integrity from men of experience from within Cummins and Car & General, Mentenda sought volunteers interested in taking action is a transformative mentorship and role modelling initiative. This saw the participation of 9 members of staff and 350 form 2 students.
C&G and Cummins C&G had the representation of Mr. Titus Murage and Mr. Erick Sangoro in the game. Mr. Abel Kimondo the luckiest player of the day walked away with the prize of a Piaggio tuktuk from a hole-in-one (ball hit from a tee to start a hole finishes in the cup). Other prices won on the day were a microwave, rice cooker, water dispenser, tabletop cooker, fan and umbrella.